Seminar Speaker Jan. 22: Pastor  Jin Lee
FROM THE INSIDE OUT: HOW MY IDENTITY IMPACTS THE WAY I LIVE

Jin Lee has a passion for guiding people through various stages of life from the teenage years to the golden years.  He specializes in helping individuals, couples, and families navigate their way of living when emotional, mental, spiritual, and relational problems become too difficult. Jin has worked as a professional counselor in residential programs and private practices working mostly with adults and couples. He is currently the owner and practitioner at The Living Counsel Ltd and serves as one of the board members at Korean-American Wellness Association.


Jin has been working as a professional counselor since 2005 and has been serving as a pastor to various churches in the Chicagoland since 1998. He received an M.A. in Counseling Psychology, M.Div. in Pastoral Studies, and D.Min. in Church/Para-church Leadership. His approach to therapy integrates clinical, theological, and leadership perspectives based on the nature of the client’s needs. As a 1.5 Korean-American immigrant, Jin also understands the cultural dynamics in mental health among Asian Americans and is passionate about serving them.


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SEMINAR SPEAKER JAN. 29: ERIN KIM

From the Outside In: How My Boundaries Impact My Soul

Erin is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) who is currently in Korea on a sabbatical and planning to pursue a Ph.D. in positive youth development. Most recently she was a family therapist at Compass Health Center (Northbrook, IL), which provides intensive non-hospital based psychiatric care. As part of a treatment team comprised of psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers and nurses, she worked with young adults, adolescents and their parents.


Erin grew up in South Korea and Lexington, MA. She received her B.A. in East Asian Studies at Princeton University, and her M.S. in Marriage and Family Therapy at Northwestern University. Erin is passionate about bringing healing and reconciliation to the young generation and their families, especially within the Korean community.


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